Man behind 'Cornerstore Caroline' video isn't buying her apology

CCTV footage shows the boy's backpack appearing to graze the woman inside the Flatbush store in Brooklyn

The video itself went viral shortly after it was posted with over 6 million views as of Friday evening.

Yahoo Lifestyle could not reach a representative of Sahara Deli for comment; however, the owner told Pix11: "The woman has a history of being 'unwell.'" Heavy also reported that Klein, of Missouri, studied sociology at the University of Missouri and is a former actress and performer.

Teresa Sue Klein is the latest Caucasian to get a catchy nickname that reflects some type of racially motivated action.

The video shows young children crying as the woman talks into the cellphone: "I was just sexually assaulted by a child", she said on the video captured by Jason Littlejohn, who lives nearby the market.

- A white woman made a startling accusation against a 9-year-old black boy in Brooklyn.

Klein, 53, returned to the Bodega to purchase cigarettes and when prompted by a journalist went back inside to watch the encounter on the store's flat-screen television screens.

Many, including Klein herself, have noted the appearance of racial profiling: "White lady calling. the cops on a black lady, I get it", she says to an increasingly hostile crowd gathered around her as she talks on the phone, purportedly to a 911 operator. "She didn't say the mom or anybody else".

"So insincere", said Jason LittleJohn.

Klein claimed that the boy's mother told her she was a police officer despite video footage clearly showing it was Klein who claimed she was a police officer. She even accuses the mother of the child of "escalating" the situation.

A NY woman recently identified as Teresa Klein was filmed calling the cops on a nine-year-old boy this week, accusing him of purposely grabbing her derriere. She said she is not a racist and is no longer sure the boy grabbed her. "It's not the first time I've been grabbed in the a** by a kid", claimed Klein.

Members of the community have accused her of being a troublemaker and calling 911 on people before. The footage appears to show the boy's bag brushing against Klein's backside as he walked behind her.

The woman identified as Teresa Klein, who is white, was being rung up at the front counter when the child, who is black, walked by. "I don't know your name but I'm sorry".

Ms Klein joins Permit Patty and Barbecue Becky, two other white women who gained notoriety on social media for calling the police on African-Americans for seemingly insignificant reasons.



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